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Berkshire East-Great New 'Mountain Master' ski instructional program

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I thought I'd give a plug for something new (and long overdue) at the local mountain I love.

 

They've tapped the excellent instructional resources of the ski school (seriously, for a small school it has a cadre of very talented and accredited instructors) and put together a focused Adult advanced clinic option they're calling mountain masters.  Small groups (max of 4), top instructors (check their bio's), with varied options of times (mid week and weekend) and skills and really close and a lot cheaper than most VT and NH resorts--here's the link, take a look if you live in southern New England or the Midlantic and you are looking for a quality, close and reasonably priced option for ski improvement ala advanced clinics.

 

Oh, B'East is a great mountain you ought to check out anyway!

 

http://www.berkshireeast.com/mt-masters-camp

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Wow, I didn't know about this.  I just looked at the list of the coaches and can say that they are all fantastic.  Mike Dunn is probably the best coach I've ever worked with, Jane, Steve, Reed and Mike Ponti are all amazing skiers and trainers.

 

Spending that much time in a small group with any of those people at Berkshire East is guaranteed to be worth your money.  And bear in mind you won't be dodging hundreds of other skiers as you would training at one of the "big" mountains up north, as it is rarely crowded there.

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Wow, I didn't know about this.  I just looked at the list of the coaches and can say that they are all fantastic.  Mike Dunn is probably the best coach I've ever worked with, Jane, Steve, Reed and Mike Ponti are all amazing skiers and trainers.

 

Spending that much time in a small group with any of those people at Berkshire East is guaranteed to be worth your money.  And bear in mind you won't be dodging hundreds of other skiers as you would training at one of the "big" mountains up north, as it is rarely crowded there.

QFT!

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